Manor house set privately within a rural setting with Hampshire countryside views.
Neatham Manor, understood to have been built in 18th century is a beautiful imposing manor house approached via a long gated driveway and set with in well-tended grounds with stunning views over open countryside.
The house has a wealth of period features including wooden floors, panelled walls, and exposed beams throughout as well as a number of open brick fireplaces.
Neatham Manor does require upgrading throughout and offers someone an excellent opportunity to modernize and put your own stamp on the house for generations to come.
On the ground floor there is a grand central entrance hall, a vast drawing room with impressive feature fireplace and south facing views and access out to the garden.
There is also a formal dining room which is 20 ft in length with an impressive fireplace.
There is an additional sitting room and cloakroom.
The kitchen is fitted in a traditional style with parquet floor and range oven.
Further on there is a utility room and boiler room.
Accessed through the kitchen and also with its own independent access there is a annexe with a sitting room kitchen, cloakroom and a first floor bedroom and bathroom.
Across the first and second floor there are six bedrooms. The master bedroom has a dressing are and en suite bathroom. All bedrooms have south facing views out to the garden and Hampshire countryside beyond.
Neatham Manor is approached by a sweeping driveway arriving at the front of the property flanked by lawns and mature trees.
To the rear, there is a beautiful formal garden which begins with a terrace offering a great space for outdoor dining and entertaining. This leads on to a generous are of lawn with some areas of mature planting, an orchard and a garden area enclosed by mature hedging perfect for a rose or vegetable garden.
Within the gardens is an outdoor pool set before a Dovecote pool house. There is an indoor seating area, changing facilities and a sauna.
Within the grounds there is two out buildings and a car port.
In all the grounds measure approximately 5.38 acres.
Neatham Manor was once part of the Neatham Estate which is an active agricultural and sporting estate comprising mixed farmland and woodland.
Neatham is a Roman hamlet in the civil parish of Holybourne in East Hampshire surrounded by open countryside.
The nearby and highly sought after village of Holybourne has a primary school, Church, village shop/Post Office, cricket club and public houses. A wider range of shops, restaurants and recreational facilities are available in Alton and the Georgian market town of Farnham.
There is a selection of good schools in the area including Bentley Primary School, Brookham & Highfield Schools, Alton Convent and Lord Wandsworth College.
Mainline stations to London Waterloo can be found in Alton (from 1 hr 7 minutes), Bentley (60 minutes) and Farnham (53 minutes). The property is within easy reach of the A31 with links to M3, M25, Southampton, Gatwick and Heathrow airports as well as the south coast.
The surrounding rolling Hampshire countryside offers immediate access to an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways across many miles of beautiful countryside with stunning views.
From the Savills Farnham office head north on Downing Street keep left at the fork in the road and turn onto West Street, continue through one roundabout and at the next roundabout take the third exit onto the A31. Drive for approximately five and a half miles and then turn left just after the Hen and Chicken public house, at the next junction turn right towards Lower Neatham Mill Lane and then take the second left onto Lower Neatham Mill Lane. At the next junction in continue straight ahead towards the gates of Neatham Manor.
Services; Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.